Frankie Goes To Hollywood was the most overhyped, prepackaged band of 1984, and I loved them.
Artist: Johnny Cash Title: Everybody Loves A Nut Year: 1966 Label: Columbia Cover Artist: Jack Davis
Malvina Reynolds is one of those inspirational figures to those who feel they’re too old for new beginnings.
Artist: Le Gip Title: The Voodoo Drums of Le Gip Year: 1972 Label: Request Records Cover Art: Unknown, presumed in-house art department For more great sleeves, visit the Cheesecake Album Cover […]
Autumn is almost here: Time to get in one more summer cold before the holiday flu season.
Artist: UFO Title: Phenomenon Year: 1974 Label: Chrysalis For more great sleeves, visit the The Hipgnosis Album Cover Gallery.
I’ve been sick for the last week–nothing special, just your basic garden variety flu.
Imagine a world where to hear your favorite song whenever you want
Artist: Ken Thorne Title: Inspector Clouseau Year: 1968 Label: United Artists Cover Artist: Jack Davis
The Kinks entered the ’80s much stronger than many of their British Invasion counterparts.